Jack Woodward is a Canadian lawyer. He specialises in Canadian Aboriginal law and is the author of Native Law, which is considered the leading Canadian publication on Aboriginal Law. Woodward has practiced law since 1979, primarily in the areas of Aboriginal law and environmental law. He has represented more than a hundred First Nations groups and organisations in a wide variety of legal actions including the landmark case, Tsilhqot'in Nation v British Columbia, the first successful Aboriginal title claim in Canada. In 1980 he ran as a political candidate for the New Democratic Party in the Canadian Federal Election for the riding of North Vancouver—Burnaby. Woodward wrote the first draft of Section 35 of the Constitution Act, 1982, which provides constitutional protection to the indigenous and treaty rights of indigenous peoples in Canada.
About Jack Woodward
AVTV's commentator/presenter who covers all first team and Under 21 matches. He covers club events such as awards dinners, open training sessions, the kit launch festival, and business events and does freelance football reporting for talkSPORT and voice-overs for ILC media as well.
He worked at Hallam FM radio as a Sports Reporter while studying for a history degree at the University of Sheffield. He then joined TFM radio in Middlesbrough as their Voice of Sport, working on the market-leading breakfast show The Cereal Thrillers.
He wrote and performed Winter Wonderland songs for the three clubs in the areas Middlesbrough, Darlington, and Hartlepool. After 2 years there he moved to Birmingham's BRMB/Capital Gold as a football commentator and then freelanced for BBC Radio Sheffield, Big Blue Radio, The Saint, Swan FM, RealRadio Yorkshire, ITV Digital before becoming Sports Editor at The Villan Radio.
He was born in Worksop, Notts, England.
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